I made you a video (I won’t lie… it gets weird)

The best thing I did for my business this year wasn’t landing a monster client, buying a course, or learning an underground copywriting hack.

It was discovering an easy, stress-free way to get paid.

Not creating a killer offer my customers would happily kill their granny for…

I mean a way of ACTUALLY getting paid – a checkout system.

I don’t know if you’ve ever looked into adding a shopping cart to your website, but it can be a bloody nightmare.

Having to link together payment processors, security, products, and plugins is no fun at the best of times, but when you’re a clueless imbecile like me, the end result is the same…

My daughter learns lots of new swear words.

This is gonna sound like a cheesy infomercial, but thank god for Thrivecart.

I don’t bandy around terms like “life-saver”, “thank god”, or “I’ll just have a salad please” often, but in terms of running a business, Thrivecart is worthy of at least two of those.

You might know I released my first course “Sent.” earlier this year. What you might not know is that I was terrified of the payments side of things screwing up.

“What if someone’s overcharged?”

“What if I put in the wrong details and everyone gets in for free?”

“What if WordPress updates and one of the plugins crashes?”

With ThriveCart I had no worries.

All I had to do was build the world’s most basic sales page and point people to it, safe in the knowledge ThriveCart would handle it all.

And if I needed to change anything – like when I decided to limit it to 40 spots – I didn’t have to dive into twenty different plugins and make sure they were all still talking to each other. 

One quick change in ThriveCart and it was done.

Bottom line – a BIg reason I was able to sell all 40 spots on my course – in just 10 emails – was down to the peace of mind and mental bandwidth ThriveCart gave me to focus on my launch.

The best thing? It only took me only a few minutes to get everything hooked up and create a sales page I could send people to.

I know a lot of folks SAY “a few minutes…”, so… 

Let me PROVE it to you…

I sat down and filmed myself creating a BRAND NEW product in ThriveCart, including an order bump AND designing the most hideous sales page you’ve ever seen.

Honestly? It took me longer to find, crop, and edit the photo of a scantily clad David Hasselhoff* than it did to create the product.

* You DID see the “it gets weird…” bit in the subject line, right?

See how easy it is to create a product in ThriveCart in this uncut (though probably should have been) screen capture video

If, after hearing my “I water down my lube” revelation (yes, really), you want to check out ThriveCart for yourself, I’d be well chuffed if you clicked here to find out more:


You’ll see by the rather blatant “Insert Gag Here” that this ain’t no bog-standard link. 

It’s a referral link. That means if you like what you see, and click that link to buy ThriveCart, they’ll send me some shekels to say thanks for passing you over.

(You don’t pay any extra – or less sadly – by clicking that link. It’s same as the “non-referral” price)

“That’s OK for you, but what’s in it for me? You know… aside from finally ending all my payment woes and saving me hours of stress…”, you say.

Here’s what’s in it for you…

If you click my special link and buy Thrivecart, I’ll give you a free critique of your sales page. 

You’ll get a fully annotated PDF with all my thoughts on how to make it better AND I’ll shoot you a video talking you through them, so you know exactly what to do.

I’ll help you get MORE sales…

… ThriveCart will help you process them.

More sales… less hassle.

Here’s the link again if you want to check out ThriveCart and claim your free critique:


John Holt

P.S. If you’ve been a member of my “email club” for a while, you’ll know this is the first time I’ve pointed you in the direction of someone else.

A few reasons for that.

1. You opted in and I don’t take that lightly. I’m NEVER going to talk about something unless I KNOW it can make your life better.

2. Being able to reliably test an offer or product before creating it is a game-changer. 

You don’t want to spend weeks creating a course, only to be greeted by crickets on launch day.

The best way to test an offer? Create a page that explains it AND gives people a button to press so they can send you money.

Don’t ask if they think it’s a good idea… or “would you be interested in this?”

Tell ‘em what your offer is and give ‘em a big green button to push, so you have PROOF they want it.

THAT’S the power of having something like ThriveCart – it gives you a chance to easily test offers and products, so you don’t waste time on a dud.

You don’t have to decide now though…

Join me (and David Hasselhoff)  as we show you exactly how it works.